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Posted @ Monday, 12 November 2012 10:08 PM By Matt Marlor
After a week, here's my thoughts on my Surface RT so far ...
Posted @ Tuesday, 6 November 2012 2:27 AM By Matt Marlor
A possible settings change to make your Surface even nicer ...
Posted @ Monday, 22 October 2012 9:09 PM By Matt Marlor
It slices! It dices! It will clean as it blends! Or will it?
Posted @ Wednesday, 13 April 2011 9:42 PM By Matt Marlor
In which I install WHS 2011, and try to work out who Microsoft's target market are ...
Posted @ Monday, 26 July 2010 2:31 PM By Matt Marlor
The end is nigh! Woe betide ye who buy a Windows Phone 7 on launch! Ye shall be visited by 2, nay 3 plagues, nightly ...
Posted @ Tuesday, 18 May 2010 1:03 PM By Matt Marlor
Windows DNS server is often much maligned and scoffed at. Although there's no doubt some justification for that, it's typically a necessary evil for your Windows-based corporate network for Active Directory operation. Unfortunately, I've just encountered a behaviour I probably wouldn't have expected, which made an outage more severe than strictly required. Possibly a useful heads up for admins.
Posted @ Friday, 7 May 2010 9:04 AM By Gordon Ryan
This post may seem a little backward to some, given the newer alternatives such as Powershell or even vbscript, but the past couple of weeks have seen me playing a with script that has turned out to be pretty useful and I figured I would share.
The origins of this story then, I have a small customer who runs SBS 2003 premium in the office. Occasionally they would give me a call and complain that they couldn’t access the internet and that the server was offline. They would then look at the con ...